Exclusive Interview: Stephen Dunn on reimagining Queer As Folk “the greatest gift Russell T Davies gave me was saying ‘it’s yours, run with it'”

While Closet Monster writer-director Stephen Dunn was developing his reimagined Queer As Folk, now streaming on Peacock, he flew to Manchester to meet with Russell T Davies, the creator of the original series. "One of the greatest gifts Russell gave me, aside from the title", Dunn shares with The Queer Review's James Kleinmann, "was after... Continue Reading →

Exclusive Interview: Johnny Sibilly & Devin Way on starring in Stephen Dunn’s reimagined Queer As Folk on Peacock

Following roles in hit shows like Pose and Hacks, Johnny Sibilly is now starring in Stephen Dunn's reimagined Queer As Folk opposite Grey's Anatomy star Devin Way. Here they speak with The Queer Review's editor James Kleinmann about creating the on screen relationship and history between their characters, Noah and Brodie, the reality of shooting... Continue Reading →

TV Review: Queer As Folk ★★★★

I can vividly remember sitting on the floor of my university flatmate Lisa's bedroom, along with all of our other flatmates (London rents were never cheap), on Tuesday, February 23rd 1999, gathered around the television tuned into Channel 4 to watch the first episode of the much-anticipated Queer As Folk. We were surprised, delighted, confronted,... Continue Reading →

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